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#1 Card Comparison #3 Crawling Along Juan has 4 more baseball A caterpillar is crawling out cards than Kim. Larry has of a jar that is 14 cm tall. 2 more baseball cards than It crawls up 3 cm and then Juan. All together, they slides back 1 cm each day. have 100 baseball cards. On which day will the How many baseball cards caterpillar crawl out of the does each person have? jar? #2 Number Riddle #4 Mystery Numbers The number of my What two numbers have a hundreds plus the number sum of 645 and a of my thousands is 3. The difference of 151? number of my tens is 7 times the number of my hundreds. The number of #5 Find the Numbers my ones is 3 times the number of my thousands. The sum of two numbers is All my digits are different. 113. Their difference is 13. What number am I? What are the numbers? Page 1 # 6 What Number Am I? #8 Record Time I am a number. Rounding The line graph for projected to the nearest thousand monthly sales at Juan’s makes me 1000. All my Records shows a steady digits are even; their sum is increase of 5 albums per 12; they are in order from month during the year. In greatest to least; and no January, 100 albums were digit is repeated. What sold. How many are number am I? expected to be sold during the year? #7 Pays to Advertise #9 What Numbers A bar graph shows the Are We? number of advertisements in a magazine for 3 A special pair are we. months. Each bar Our sum is 100, you see. represents the Our product lets you advertisements for 1 know some more. month. The quantity It’s our sum times 24! represented by the sum of What numbers are we? all 3 bars is 225 advertisements. The first bar is twice as tall as the second. The height of the third bar is midway between the first and second. What is the number represented by Page 2 each bar? # 10 What’s Next? #12 The Swimmers Complete the next five Many animals come to rows of this multiples swim in Stanley’s pond. A triangle. beaver comes every 3 days. An otter comes every 7 1 days. Stanley saw both the 2 4 beaver and the otter today. 3 6 9 How many times in the 4 8 12 16 next 6 weeks will Stanley see the beaver and the Predict the last number in otter on the same day? Row 25 and Row 100. Identify additional patterns. #13 How Many? #11 Number Riddle How many 4-digit numbers I am a number. If you can be formed using the double me and add 20, the numbers 5, 6, 7 and 8? result is the same as when How many of the 4-digit you triple me and add 5. numbers are less than What number am I? 7000? Page 3 #14 String Out #16 Rhonda’s Blocks George, Sara and Jeff each Rhonda has a collection of have a piece of string. blocks. The blocks can be Sara’s piece of string is 14 arranged in piles, with 2 cm longer than George’s. blocks in each pile. Her Jeff’s piece of string is 3 cm blocks can also be arranged shorter than Sara’s. When in piles of 3, 4 and 5 all three pieces of string are blocks. What is the least placed end to end, the number of blocks that can overall measurement is 1 be in Rhonda’s collection? m. How long is each person’s piece of string? #17 Train Ride #15 How Old The train holds 66 Are They? passengers. It starts out empty. It picks up 1 There are 3 children in the passenger at the first Moto family. The sum of station, 2 passengers at the their ages is 13. The second station, 3 product of their ages is 60. passengers at the third How old are the 3 Moto station, and so on. No one children? gets off. After how many stations will the train be full? Page 4 # 18 Five Coins #20 What’s My Number? Rashad had 5 coins: a penny, a nickel, a dime, a I am thinking of a quarter and a loonie. How number between 1 and many different amounts of 100. If it is divided by 3 money could he pay using or 5, the remainder is 1. any combination of these If it is divided by 7, there coins? is no remainder. What is my number? #19 Number Puzzles #21 The Bones Here is how to make five 4s Marco’s dog buried ½ of equal 400: 444 – 44. Here his bones in Jean’s is how to make four 5s backyard. He buried 1/3 equal 35: 5 x 5 + 5 + 5. of his bones in Guido’s backyard. He still had 4 Solve each problem below. bones left to bury. How Make up 4 of your own. many bones did Marco’s dog have in all? 1) Make four 2s equal 12. 2) Make three 5s equal 20. 3) Make four 6s equal 66. 4) Make four 8s equal 640. Page 5 #22 Number #24 The Painted Riddle Cube A 3-digit and a 1-digit Imagine one large cube number have a sum of made of 1000 white 147, a difference of 133, centimeter cubes. Suppose and a product of 980. the outside of the large Find the numbers and cube was painted black. then give their quotient. How many of the small white cubes would have the following? 1) 0 faces painted black #23 An Opened 2) 1 face painted black Book 3) 2 faces painted black 4) 3 faces painted black A book is opened. The product of the two page numbers is 600. What are the two page numbers? #25 The Bookworm Jamie read 50 books in 5 months. Each month he read 3 more books than the month before. How many books did he read each of the 5 months? Page 6 #26 The Stamp #28 Geraldo’s Parcels Collection Geraldo is mailing 3 Myles bought a stamp different sizes of parcels. collection for $10.00. He The parcels have a total sold it for $15.00 and mass of 25 kg. The mass bought it back for $20.00. of the small parcel is one- Finally Myles sold it for half the mass of the $25.00. How much money medium-sized parcel. The did Myles make or lose? mass of the large parcel is 1 kg more than total mass of the other 2 parcels. What is the mass of each #27 Cube Toss parcel? Zoe had two 6-sided number cubes. One was #29 Lunch Tables red and the other blue. She decided that the red cube represented tens and There are 2 sizes of tables the blue cube represented in the cafeteria. One size ones. How many different seats 5 people, and the 2-digit numbers could she other size seats 8 people. form by tossing the cubes? At lunch today, 63 people were seated at fewer than 10 tables. There were no empty places. How many #31 What’s the tables of each size were Number? used? If 30 is added to 1/3 of a number, the result is double the number. What is Page 7 the number? #30 The Clock The clock in the tower on the top of the town hall chimes once at 1 o’clock, twice at 2 o’clock, 3 times at 3 o’clock, and so on. It also chimes once every quarter hour. How many times does the clock chime in 24 hours? #32 And the Winner Is… Andrew, Betty, Clark and Dino each called the local radio station to enter a contest. In how many different orders could their calls have been received? List all of them. Page 8

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